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Foxwoods Resort Casino has ushered in a new era of gaming with the wildly successful grand opening of PLAY Arena @ Foxwoods. As an immersive, multi-sensory environment, PLAY brings together the latest trends in gaming, interactivity and entertainment to more
My granddaughter was frolicking in the playground at the Burger King on Pontiac Avenue, much like her own daddy used to frolic when he was her age. I sat in “my” seat in the corner against the … more
David Adjmi’s very dark parody of the old TV comedy “Three’s Company” became involved in a lawsuit over copyright issues, winning its case back in 2012. Any similarity between Adjimi’s … more
Friends told us that we just had to try the Korean fried chicken at DENDEN, the delightful restaurant at 182 Angell St. in the heart of the East Side of Providence. We discovered the tasty fried chicken and so much more at more
SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING * * * (Joyce) * * * * (Don) (Funny, exciting and Marvel-ous) Joyce doesn't like superhero movies, but I convinced her that this one looked different. This take on Spidey has a unique tongue-in-cheek approach to super-heroes that more
Immensely talented musicians with roots in New Orleans jazz are the gift the state of Louisiana keeps giving the world. The Newport Jazz Festival presented by Natixis Global Asset Management is pleased to welcome the Rhode Island return of Trombone more
Except for an occasional bit of rain – needed for gardens and lawns – we’ve been having some lovely boating weather and picture-perfect settings. However, there are many coves and beaches … more
The Community Players wrap up their 96th season with the classic comedy, “You Can’t Take it With You,” directed by Pawtucket resident Patricia Hawk-ridge. Meet the Sycamore family, a … more
By DON FOWLER Cranston author and college professor Kevin Olson has planned a staged reading of a new play, “And Then What? The Children of Velvela and Sheima Ortel Auerbakh” at AS220, … more
Truman Capote’s novella, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” was brought to the screen in 1961, starring Audrey Hepburn in her most famous role as Holly Golightly. Richard Greenberg adapted it for … more
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